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Giles of Rome

Giles of Rome O.S.A., was a Medieval philosopher and Scholastic theologian and a friar of the Order of St Augustine, who was also appointed to the positions of Prior General of his Order and as Archbishop of Bourges. He is famed as being a logician, producing a commentary on the Organon by Aristotle, and for his authorship of two important works, De Ecclesiastica Potestate, a major text of early 14th century Papalism, and De regimine principum,... Read More

Rome, Papal States
Died22 December 1316
Avignon, Kingdom of Burgundy-Arles
EraMedieval philosophy
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